Irish Shipping and Port Activity Up by 3 Pct

Shipping and port activity in the Republic of Ireland rose by 3% in the second quarter of 2015 when compared to the ...

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Slight Dip in Irish Ports’ Total Traffic Volumes

Container shipping volumes in Irish ports, Lo/Lo, rose by 9% in Q3, the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) ...

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European Short Sea Bulk Market Still Depressed

The summer lull is here to stay, at least judging on demand on the European short sea bulk market, which resumes a ...

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Demand for Ultra-Large Vessels Changes Course

Demand for newbuild containerships has dwindled during the month of June, as European traffic demand began to ...

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Chinese Export Boom Beneficial to Shipping

Chinese Exports Boom Beneficial to Shipping

Strong Chinese exports for the month of June triggered an increase in shipping and port operations worldwide. ...

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IMDO: LNG Carrier Demand Growing by Leaps and Bounds

The demand for LNG ships has shot up this year with orders coming to $4.6bn, the Irish Maritime Development Office ...

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IMDO: Northern European Container Volumes About to Climb

Box traffic in Northern Europe’s six largest ports will rise by 6.9% in the latter half of 2014, the Irish Maritime ...

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European Short Sea Bulk Market Lulled

  Activity in the European Short Sea Bulk market remained flat to soft last week, the Irish Maritime ...

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IMDO: MR Tanker Trans-Atlantic Rates Plunge

Medium range (MR) tanker rates on the US Gulf Coast to North-West Europe route have plummeted in June as the number ...

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Newbuild Crude Tankers Rise in Popularity

Low shipbuilding prices and the North American energy boom are leading ship operators and investors to finance ...

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IMDO: Container Volumes from Asia to Europe Climb

Container volumes from Asia to Europe continued their strong growth in April, with the sub-routes to the Western ...

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Irish Ports Experience Overall Shipping Increase

The volume of cargo shipped through Irish ports saw an overall increase of 3% in 2013 with three of the five ...

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Global LNG Fleet Passes 400 Vessel Mark

Global Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) carrier fleet surpassed the 400 vessel mark for the first time mid-April, according ...

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IMDO: Bigger Ships than Maersk’s Triple-E Fuel Market ...

The G6 liner alliance is planning to outdo P3, its main rival, by ordering even larger container ships than ...

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Containership Scrappage Rates to Break Previous Records

Containership Scrappage Rates to Break Previous Records

Containership scrappage rates are expected to exceed previous records this year, but cellular capacity removed due ...

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IMDO: Deliveries Hamper Container Market Recovery, ...

Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) released on May 9 a Shipping Markets Review  for the week 18, 2013, ...

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IMDO: Volume of Port & Shipping Traffic in 3Q ...

The volume of port and shipping traffic through the Republic of Ireland remained relatively stable in the third ...

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Piracy on World’s Seas Reaches Five-Year Low

Naval and armed guard protection is working, but the seas off East and West Africa remain dangerous, warns IMB. ...

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IMDO Invites Tender for Investment in Ireland Maritime ...

IMDO Invites Tender for Investment in Ireland Maritime and Shipping Sector

The Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO), which is incorporated within the Marine Institute, a semi State body, ...

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